10 Great Hidden Features of iOS

10 Great Hidden Features of iOS
While one of iOS’s strengths has always been its simplicity and ease of use, the mobile operating system that powers the iPhone and iPad isn’t without its complexities too. In fact, since its initial release back in 2007, iOS has continued to gain functionality with nearly every update, and it has gotten to the point Read more…

How to Print From iPad or iPhone

How to Print From iPad or iPhone
One of the more forgotten features of the iPad and iPhone is the ability to print documents, photos, maps, and other items directly from the device. Apple first added this functionality with the introduction of a protocol called AirPrint back when it released iOS 4.2.1 in November of 2010. Since then, the ability to print from our Read more…

How to Disable iPhone Cellular Calls on iPad and Mac

iPhone cellular calls
  One of the new features that Apple heavily touted with the release of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite was the ability to route iPhone cellular calls to your iPad and Mac, giving you the ability to answer phone calls from those devices. At the time, this seemed like a very handy feature to have, Read more…

Facebook Stickered App Lets You Send Stickers Via iOS Messenger

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If emoticons are not enough for you when chatting with your friends on iOS using the Facebook Messenger app, then the new Facebook Stickered app is what you need. Released yesterday, the Facebook Stickered app is hyped up as: “It’s sticker time! Add cute characters, funny faces and more to make your photos pop.” I Read more…

How to Set Up Family Sharing in iOS 8

How to Set Up Family Sharing in iOS 8
One of the best new features that Apple introduced with iOS 8 is Family Sharing, a service that allows up to six people to share apps, music, movies, and other content across all of their devices. This isn’t Apple’s first foray into allowing users to share content of course, but Family Sharing has streamlined the Read more…

Isn’t it Time We Forgave Apple for Apple Maps?

Isn't it Time We Forgave Apple for Apple Maps?
Back in 2012, Apple famously dumped Google Maps in favor of its own in-house mapping solution, introducing Apple Maps to iOS users for the first time. The new Maps app delivered a host of cool new features, including turn-by-turn navigation and 3D flyovers of popular cities and landmarks. But in a move that was very uncharacteristic Read more…

Should You Install iOS 8.1.2 Now?

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By now, you’ve probably gotten a notification message on your iPhone and other iOS devices that iOS 8.1.2 is now available and that you can update your phone. I usually go ahead and install the newest version when I get the notification, but this time, I might wait a while. Should you follow my suit Read more…

Themeboard App Will Make Sure You Don’t Get Bored of Your Keyboard

themeboard app
In spite of the many complaints we hear about Apple products, both hardware and software, we can’t say that iOS 8 has not brought lots of awesome changes with it. One of them is that we can now use third-party keyboards. Personally, the default keyboard does not pose much of a problem. However, there is Read more…

Welcome the Weekend Early With Paid, Now FREE iOS Apps

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Here’s this week’s edition of usually paid, now free iOS apps. aNote – Screenshot extension for Safari & Photos for iOS8 Taking screenshots is an essential part of life – at least in my book. It’s easy enough to take screenshots on the iPhone or iOS, but there are times when you might need more Read more…

5 Under Utilized Features of iOS 8 Messages

5 Under Utilized Features of iOS 8 Messages
When it was first introduced as part of iOS 3 back in 2009, Messages was a simple app designed to enhance communications between iOS devices, without compromising the ability to send standard text messages to other types of devices as well. In those early days, it was a bare-bones app, lacking in features and polish, but over Read more…